Janis Ian has taken to her facebook page to tell about her encounter with Bill Cosby and it's not what you would assume. The nine-time Grammy-winning, singer-songwriter took
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In what many people around the world but especially those in the UK will see as an atrocious statistic it has been revealed that the first of two
It is believed that some 530 million years ago what is referred to as the Cambrian Explosion saw a dramatic upsurge in the number new species appearing on Earth.
Less the half a century ago non-native Beavers were introduced into Patagonia as the first steps in setting up a fur trade but this action had disastrous consequences
South Asian Newt and Salamander species are immune to the effects of the Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans skin-eating fungus but unfortunately European varieties of these creatures have no such resistance.
The much criticised so-called care data project by the NHS is to go ahead in the form of a pilot scheme. The idea is that medical records of
Archaeological, anthropologists have for over ten years been debating how old the fossil Australopithecus dubbed Little Foot actually is. The debate has raged ever since the almost complete skeleton
As Hallowe’en approaches the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium in New Orleans once again threw open the doors to invite in the general public for a different
In what seems like a worryingly Big Brother kind of secretive move it appears that government agencies have been quietly accumulating a new digital bounty. They are in
At an Infectious Disease Society of America meeting in Philadelphia, Emory University Hospital professor of medicine Bruce Ribner commented that he can see several reasons why Ebola will
An experimental drug dubbed EBC-46, which is derived from the seeds of a north Queensland rain-forest fruit tree has been used by Australian researchers to destroy cancerous tumours.
A new Academy of Medical Sciences by expert scientists and ethicists maintains that humanity is now facing a choice about the future. With the ever increasing pace of
Here in the UK October 1st marked the passing of a 94 year old system of monitoring whether or not a vehicle was properly taxed for road use.
Growing demand for food globally means more water is needed for crop irrigation and many years of research have gone into looking for ways to make the water
It truly staggers me that environmentalists insist on pointlessly protesting about fracking. Evidence from the USA suggests overwhelmingly that it is not only safe but does NOT contaminate
A very new German research project conducted by the Munich based Technische Universität München has shown the study group that climate change appears to be speeding up the
In the vastness of the Egyptian desert, a Google Earth satellite imagery survey might have discovered two possible pyramid complexes some 90 miles apart. The two sites contain
Perhaps the most harrowing story of the week is that of the Lithuanian father who bit into the soft forehead of his baby daughter then beat her to